2014 Comes to an End
2014 Comes to an end and it definitely had its highs and lows. Time goes much too quickly these days. I guess that’s all part of growing older.
2014 started off with a trip to NYC, picking up B&H and LensPen as sponsors for my workshops, a most wonderful trip to Israel for two weeks, giving several firesides about Israel, going on a 4-city speaking tour in Tennessee, a trip to Texas for Texas’ baptism and many other great things. While I won’t dwell on the bad stuff, 2014 has had its tragedies too.
I also attended the PPSNYS School this summer and took a class from Richard Studevant. It was a great class on doing composite images. I haven’t practiced what I learned, but some of that isn’t due to any fault of my own.
During the year I’ve also been working with the Macedon-Palmyra-Walworth Chamber of Commerce on a re-branding project. We want to make the chamber a viable business resource in the area and worked hard all year to do that. Next week it will all come in to play when we have our annual meeting.
2015 is just a few hours away. In 2015 I want too…
- get back to being able to walk unassisted
- teach more workshops
- build a passive solar heater for the upstairs bedrooms
- get my Route 31 book ready for publication
- take more photos
I want to make the best of 2015.